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Federal Reserve Has No Christmas Spirit Whatsoever

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    Federal Reserve Has No Christmas Spirit Whatsoever TheKingDude

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    Federal Reserve Has No Christmas Spirit Whatsoever TheKingDude

(Audio) Mandeville, LA – Got a story here from Thursday, but given the season and all of it’s tis’ jolly-ness,we felt it relevant to divulge in it for just a few minutes thismorning. Apparently a small town bank in Oklahoma was told thatreligious decoration is inappropriate, and get this, the examiners that’bah-humbugged’ the bank that was simply trying to spread a littleChristmas cheer were none other than the Federal Reserve, keyword’Federal’. So trying to mandate us to buy health insurance is just thetip of the iceberg – they also want us to become as bland as wepossibly can. No celebrations, no colors, no trees, no banners, nofireworks, sparklers or confetti, and so help us if we see a nativityscene.

Aren’t we celebrating the holidays? And aren’t the holidays primarilysurrounded around December 25th? You know, the celebration of thesupposed birth of the son of God. It’s not like the bank made up afictional holiday that was offensive to every race, ethnicity and sexand then promoted it until an uproar prompted the almighty FederalReserve to step in and throw out regulations like disposable razors.No. They are simply trying to celebrate the same thing the rest of theentire country is celebrating except for those who belong to otherreligions or have a genuine fear of fat guys with red cheeks, and longbeard and a reindeer fixation.

Related Material: Have some more Christmas fun with the KingDude by checking out this archived clip from The Mike Church Show on Sirius/XM’s Patriot Channel:

It pays to Be a Member this Christmas Season 

 2010 Mike Church Show 


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Host of the Mike Church Show on The Veritas Radio Network's CRUSADE Channel & Founder of the Veritas Radio Network. Formerly, of Sirius/XM's Patriot channel 125. The show began in March of 2003 exclusively on Sirius and remains "the longest running radio talk show in satellite radio history".

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